The Agile “Chalta-Hai (It’s OK)” ManifestoAnand Bagmar
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The Agile Manifesto was formulated by 17 people in 2001. We know the principles of the Agile Manifesto … but do we really understand it?
Depending on the organisation culture, the team culture and various other factors, they reach varying levels of Agile adoption. Martin Fowler talks about the levels of adoption and the path to get better via his post on “Your Path through Agile Fluency”.
Not surprisingly, not all Agile project implementations are successful.
This session is going to take you through a journey to talk about some of the Myths of Agile and also behaviors that inhibit organisations and teams to reach great(er) heights in Agile Fluency to achieve Agile’s benefits. As a result, the Agile Manifesto has remained on paper, but teams have come up with their own ‘workarounds’ - which are not truly solutions to solve a complex problem well.
We accept it because of our “chalta-hai (it’s ok)" attitude. At the end, what are we then left with? The Agile “Chalta-Hai (It's OK)” Manifesto.